LOS GATOS, CA – A South Bay wine bar that’s staying open amid the pandemic is putting customer safety first by exceeding social distancing guidelines.
Testarossa’s outdoor Wine Bar 107 is setting tables 12 feet apart, keeping customers distanced by about 7 to 8 feet.
An outdoor barrel hand wash station, socially distanced check-in lines, and pre-sanitized tables are among the safety protocols the South Bay winery has instituted.
“We are open” Testarossa owner Rob Jensen said in a YouTube video announcing the wineries reopening last month after a closure of more than three months amid shelter-in-place orders.
“Since we are a socially-distanced outdoor location we are still open and taking reservations.”
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